UVC: Dr. Mark Trozzi: Thoughts on Causation in Science and Medicine

The inaugural Understanding Vaccine Causation Conference, convened by World Council for Health Steering Committee Member, Shabnam Palesa Mohamed, took place on Feb. 5, 2022. The WCH Law and Activism Committee brought together legal practitioners, doctors, scientists, and jab victim data and advocacy groups to explore a key question: How are jab adverse events proved?

Dr. Mark Trozzi joined us for his presentation, Thoughts on Causation in Science and Medicine.

This clip from the Understanding Vaccine Causation Conference can also be found on Rumble and Odysee.


Mark Trozzi – UVC


Shabnam Palesa Mohamed: It’s time now for us to turn the mic over to Dr. Mark Trozzi. Mark, you have 10 minutes to present to us your thoughts on causation in science and medicine. The mic is yours.

Dr. Mark Trozzi: Thanks very much Shabnam and thanks everyone who’s here. Thanks for that really clear presentation, Michael. You know, to know that a battle must be done is one thing, but then to know techniques, and I know from working with this team and getting to work with Michael and Megha that these, uh, strategic phenomena they’re discussing are, are extremely important.

Shabnam Palesa Mohamed: So Mark has a bit of a delay with his network. Dr. Trozzi is one of the doctors in the law and activism committee. We believe in a multidisciplinary approach to solving issues and problems and creating the better way. If you can please introduce yourself, Mark, and [00:01:00] launch into your presentation, that would be brilliant. Thank you.

Dr. Mark Trozzi: Thanks, Shabnam. So I’m Mark Trozzi and I’ve been an emergency doctor for the last two and a half decades, with a deep interest in critical resuscitation. I was working in emergencies in Canada when they launched COVID and it was, uh, getting close to the forced injections coming around that I realized that, really moving forward, understanding what I understood that was, was going to be basically being a criminal, violating, you know, big things like Nuremberg Code and whatnot, to continue doing what I did.

So this is the emergency I’ve been focused on for a year. You know, a lot of us around the world kind of saw there was a problem and, and started on our own and over time have come together and more groups and more groups. And now here we are at a point with a world body and so many [00:02:00] great partners around the world and to be with the panelists that I’m with today, I’m very, very excited.

We definitely have the right people for the job of causation, both from the medical and legal side. So I definitely wanna thank everyone for being here. I’m going to touch on a few things that Michael said, and that’s because I, I learned a lot from Michael. This interface between science medicine law and our system is so important now. For those of us who’ve been, you know, studying the situation, which I imagine includes pretty much everyone here, uh, diligently.

We know clearly that these injections are not safe and they’re not effective. You know, in some ways we can feel frustrated as a scientists and doctors, like I’m telling you, the sky is blue. You can look up and see it’s blue. The bodies are on the ground. Why won’t you listen? And that’s why we’re here is to go, how do we make what may seem obvious to us this point obvious to the course and that if the rule of law has a pulse in these old institutions, then we [00:03:00] should be very quickly on the road to recovery and we have lots to fix.

Again, I’m reiterating a bit from Michael because there’s such profound points for me. The impeaching the witness, and for instance. I’m grateful to see Deanna McLeod and others here, who analyzed Pfizer’s documents. And, you know, within three months in their own super massaged data, they admit 3% of the people are dead within three months. 28% are injured, ongoing, or permanently yet. They bury massive, massive abortion rate of unborn children. So that’s great news, you know? And this other element of us using the most extreme quality studies because extreme quality studies rendered the truth, and it should be impossible for Pfizer, even with their budget to produce quality studies, that reveal something that isn’t true.

So we have a lot of confident ground to walk on, but we also have to walk very careful. This interface between the disciplines that are here today is super important. I’m really looking [00:04:00] forward to taking in everything I can. God bless you all for being here. And it’s going to be a great day.

Shabnam Palesa Mohamed: Thank you very much, Dr. Mark Trozzi there, a member of the law and activism committee.